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Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by kevoh(m): 4:53pm On Dec 21, 2011
@titi tilap

Here you go: email erased, I'll remove by tomorrow afternoon so I don't start getting spam mails.
Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by Switup(f): 5:27pm On Dec 21, 2011
Geeeeezzzzzz I feel lik screaming Wow frm right 2 left. U kno wat im saying right wink.
Incredulously fasinating
Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by ritchboy(m): 5:33pm On Dec 21, 2011
Decent effort. Though as a gamer i must add the frame-rate is pretty poor. Don't think it's from ur screen record app cos the other parts ran smoothly. Could also be the hardware it was being ran on is crap cheesy

Graphics could be better, and there's less than ten seconds of gameplay footage in the clip! #justsaying

P.S. What engine does it run on?
Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by TitiTilap1(f): 8:51pm On Dec 21, 2011
@ritchboy, thanks men, points noted,
As regards graphics, from inception, we realised we didn't have the budget or manpower to go the whole hog(as wit most indie titles), Producing AAA type graphics is simply beyond us at this time,

So we get our targets on the stylised simple graphics u see in the video
We also wanted to ensure the game runs on as many systems as possible(Naija is our major target market and most PC's don't have the latest Nvidia or ATI graphics cards), hehe, no disrespect(some of our own no get sef)
But thanks all the same, we all hope this leads to better things in future and we can afford to do things better,
Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by TitiTilap1(f): 8:58pm On Dec 21, 2011
@ritchboy and 2buff
Again thanks for noticing the framerate issue, we checked it out and realised once we started recording any DirectX application, it's slowed the in-game framerates,
Lesson? your right, We will definitely be using a much better system for any future screen caps,
Abeg 6 Gbosa for una,
Gbosa, Gbosa, Gbosa, Gbosa, Gbosa, Gbosa,

Lol
Seriously though, thanks guys , constructive criticism rocks
Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by TitiTilap1(f): 9:02pm On Dec 21, 2011
Thanks again to all who have dropped in, checked out the video, liked our pages, followed us, beefed us, heheh
Much love and respect,
Lots of work ahead,
Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by Lucario007(m): 10:04pm On Dec 21, 2011
@ Titi_Tilap

i showed this to my nephew who is a game freak and he laughed so hard he started crying.
he says he would love to get it when it comes out.

pls how can i share the video to my game loving freinds on facebook?
Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by TitiTilap1(f): 10:30pm On Dec 21, 2011
grin grin grin grin@Lucario007

Thanks bruv, u can like us on facebook at
www.facebook.com/TitiTilapia

u'll see the video on our page and u can simply share,

OR
simply copy and paste the youtube link in ur status
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_hWgHB9j0kQ
, add any comments you want and post,
Thanks a lot,
Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by djsholi: 11:27pm On Dec 21, 2011
@omo_to_dun
Hey hey, For those asking for my DEMO release on SPLIT ASSASSIN GAME, I guess that's a good point. If I release the DEMO on Christmas day, I hope that would be ok. Here is a snapshot of another little game I created for fun. The LENS FLARE is good, some reflection, the clouds move and has a SUN effect in the scene. You fly this shiny kettle that has a propeller. The physics is well simulated too. Just a sharp play stuff, For those that want to learn how to make games, I can help you out. SPLIT ASSASSIN was created in VISUAL BASIC, and I used ANIM8OR to build the models. Why don't we create a joint concept, you suggest, I build and you can also send some of your 3D models if you make some too, Shola.vb.net

Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by juneau: 2:53am On Dec 22, 2011
^^^ What he said. it looks very juddery

Good work still!
Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by Nobody: 10:13am On Dec 22, 2011
WOWWWWWWWWWWW

I LOVE THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I WANNA PLAT TITI TILAPIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA

grin grin grin grin grin grin grin


GREAT NAIJA, MANY LOVE, kiss kiss kiss kiss kiss kiss
Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by djsholi: 5:15pm On Dec 22, 2011
Another snapshot of SPLIT ASSASSIN, this new gun, and a cap, new camera angle. So I hope I release it on CHRISTMAS. Shola.vb.net

Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by ritchboy(m): 9:48pm On Dec 22, 2011
djsholi:

Another snapshot of SPLIT ASSASSIN, this new gun, and a cap, new camera angle. So I hope I release it on CHRISTMAS. Shola.vb.net

Don't derail the thread, you can create yours.
Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by DeJeffo: 10:11pm On Dec 22, 2011
Some People Just be bad belle! The Problem with development in Nigeria is this "crabs in a bucket Mentality", Instead of supporting a noble effort-flawed as it may ne- One person don dey claim say na him be first.

What does it matter who released their game first? Just do quality work and people will applaud u for it, there is enough room for everyone to shine bros!
Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by danteweb: 8:02am On Dec 23, 2011
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Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by TitiTilap1(f): 11:57pm On Dec 24, 2011
Thanks For all the support
And Merry Xmas Everone,
Hope u have lots of fun

7 days to the New Year and of course the Titi Tilapia Demo,

www.tititilapia.com

Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by ekehleosey: 11:33pm On Dec 27, 2011
hey guys i ran into this site on facebook and decided to check it out, sorry to divert a bit but seriously its worth it, its new in town and its a hit, its a mobile site www.mocliq.mobi. its something like an online/private phone account, wer u actually can save or keep airtime privately,u also can play a game called Cliqr to multiply your airtime, and you can then withdraw into your real phone account anytime. its actually very cool. u shud check it out.
Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by TitiTilap1(f): 5:34pm On Dec 31, 2011
Hiya titi fans, unfortunately during recent tests we discovered we would have bandwith issues if we went along with launching the demo tomorrow,
This support and intrest we have gotten has been overwhelming, we really appreciate,
We want to ensure that you can all enjoy the demo fully on release,
(We are looking into several hosting options for the demo)
To this end, the demo launch will now be on the 4th of January 2012,
We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause,
Watch Out for some brand new wallpapers tonight,
Una too much,
Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by ekehleosey: 12:57pm On Jan 01, 2012
New Year Cliqr Hint; Playing Cliqr is like your experience while making soup; you test and decide. Your goal is to be one of (or all of) the 16th to 20th persons to click. To achieve this;
- Test click i.e. click once to see what position the game is in. When you do this, you`ll get a message telling you the position of the game.
-Use this information as the key. Don`t click again if it’s not close to the 16th position, but if it is… “Free Cake”.
You can also create your own hint and share it with others on our page on facebook, (mocliq.mobi). Happy New Year!!!!------------------------------------------------www.mocliq.mobi
Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by TitiTilap1(f): 1:25am On Jan 05, 2012
It's here people, Get the demo NOW


www.tititilapia.com
Dont forget to drop ur comments on our forum
Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by Radiomedia: 3:09am On Jan 05, 2012
Lucario007:

r4@ Titi_Tilap

i showed this to my nephew who is a game freak and he laughed so hard he started crying.
he says he would love to get it when it comes out.

pls how can i share the video to my game loving freinds on facebook?
ps3 jb2r4 card



HAHAHAHAHAHA

Yea, I like the it too.
I can understand your nephew.
Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by NSoul: 3:22pm On Jan 05, 2012
Have given the game a go.

There're alot of issues with quality of this game. Some which I'd mentioned on the Titi-tilapia forum, however i'm rather curious, to the developers of this game: Who exactly is your (primary) target audience of this game ?
Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by damseremie(m): 4:23pm On Jan 05, 2012
Nice un
Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by TitiTilap1(f): 4:45pm On Jan 05, 2012
@N-Soul, thanks
Have replied to most of the issues.u can check the forum, thanks again
Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by NSoul: 7:45pm On Jan 05, 2012
@Titi-Tilapia
see the Tilapia Forum for a reply.
Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by TitiTilap1(f): 12:17am On Jan 06, 2012
Here is a link to the post with the demo launch announcement
http://www.nairaland.com/nigeria/topic-839118.0.html

, We would really appreciate if the moderators made that thread sticky and if possible bumped it to the Nairaland frontpage.
Would also help encourage young Nigerians and give the effort some attention,
Thanks
Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by justbones(m): 12:23pm On Jan 06, 2012
just a question @titi tilapia. what game engine are you using or did you write one from scratch?
Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by Maximip(m): 12:44pm On Jan 06, 2012
Finally, played the game. it's technically very impressive but the fun factor is
low. I'm a big fan of simple fun games, bejeweled, zuma, angry birds, etc.
Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by NSoul: 2:08pm On Jan 08, 2012
@Titi-Tilapia,

seriously you guys need a game-usability expert on your team. not just game testers.
It's been a few days after release-day, i feel it would be advantageous if the Lead Producer (or someone acting as head of the team) posted regular updates on your site-blog or something at least to give players some sense of a "roadmap" as to future updates of this game.
Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by kennbox(m): 6:59pm On Jan 08, 2012
This is so nice,
Keep it up
Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by digidamage: 1:46am On Jan 09, 2012
Thanks for all the comments people, we are taking notes,
The bigger issues in the country have taken a lot of our attention but i can assure u we are hard at work,
Thanks
Team Titi
Re: Titi Tilapia: Nigeria's First Computer Game: Gameplay Video by ekehleosey: 6:44pm On Jan 12, 2012
Super Cliqr Hint: Whenever you place between 11th and 15th position, you still can win by clicking through 11th to 15th and loosing N12.5 and then clicking through 16th to 20th and gaining N60.
You should play N5 win N50 to understand the game better and note that this method works for every category but you must loose before you gain, therefore you must have NGN to lose first before gaining for this strategy to work.
www.mocliq.mobi

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